Rally to raise cash for GOSH

Calling all people with a sense of fun – and a sense of direction –
the Great Ormond Street annual Beaujolais Driving Challenge needs you
to get in gear.

Taking place on 15-17 November, the challenge is designed to test mapreading skill and navigational ability.

Competitors
will drive during the night, through the winding streets of France via
mystery checkpoints with the clock ticking, aiming to finish with the
lowest possible mileage – a test of cunning and skill, not speed.

This
is a one-of-a-kind driving adventure, starting at one of the great
homes of British motor sport, Brands Hatch, Kent, and finishing at
Maçon in the Beaujolais wine region of France. Mission accomplished,
the teams can enjoy the traditional Beaujolais Nouveau festivities,
including a celebratory dinner and the Beaujeu village street party.

The entry fee per team (driver and navigator) is £525 with additional team members travelling at £262.50.

Each
team is asked to raise a minimum of £1,000 for GOSHCC in addition to
their entry fee. Proceeds go towards the £123m needed to modernise the
hospital’s facilities. For more information call 020 7916 5678 or visit
www.gosh.org.

Laura Redmond, PR officer, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

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